I'm going to try to look some things up for you.
Thank you. C is not the correct answer.
Which state are we talking sbout here?
Which state law? Because B. is probably the right answer unless you are in one of the 7 states that don't accept that as an exception to at will employment.
Will this cost me $18.00, if so I can not pay that.
Under the public-policy exception to employment at will, an employee is wrongfully discharged when the termination is against an explicit, well-established public policy of the State. For example, in most States, an employer cannot terminate an employee in retaliation for reporting something illegal.
Only Alabama, Florida, louisiana, Maine, Nebraska, New York, Rhode Island, and Georgia do not have this exception.
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